Originally from California, Elizabeth Weisberg studied at Stanford University and the Royal Academy of Music where she received the Dip. RAM, the Academy’s highest award for performance, and the Clifton Prize for her final recital.
On the concert platform Elizabeth has appeared in the Chichester, Winchester, Aldeburgh and Three Choirs Festivals and with conductors including Sir Charles Mackerras, Sir Roger Norrington, Iván Fischer, Emmanuelle Haïm, Trevor Pinnock, Harry Bicket, Nicholas Kraemer, Christopher Robinson and David Hill. She has given recitals in the Oxford Lieder Festival, The National Portrait Gallery and the Handel House Museum, and frequently appears in concerts in St Martin-in-the-Fields with the Trafalgar Sinfonia and the Belmont Ensemble.
Recent engagements include Handel Messiah at St. Thomas’, Fifth Avenue, New York City, as well as with The Philharmonia in Royal Festival Hall; Haydn Nelson Mass with Magdalen Choir in the Sheldonian Theatre; Mozart Requiem with the Hanover Band in Winchester Cathedral; Verdi Requiem in Guildford Cathedral; Haydn The Creation with Sir Mark Elder and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in Poissy; Haydn The Seasons in Bath Abbey; Mendelssohn Elijah in the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Bach St Matthew Passion with the Manchester Camerata in Bridgewater Hall.
Operatic appearances include Purcell Dido and Aeneas and Charpentier Actéon at Wigmore Hall with the Early Opera Company and Galatea (Acis and Galatea) for Mackerras in Aldeburgh. Elizabeth recently performed in a staged production of Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle in Weimar, Berlin, Paris (Opéra Comique) and Bregenz with Nico and the Navigators.
Forthcoming engagements include Monteverdi Vespers in Royal Festival Hall.
She is a member of the Royal Opera House Chorus.